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They're basic foam pads to make it easier on your knees. I use them for working on concrete, and they do the trick. My only complaint would be the colors, but I knew what I was getting going into this and my knees can't see colors.
Soft enough to protect your knees. I like the 3 pack so I can have 1 on each level of my house for convenience when doing odd jobs, cleaning, etc. saves me from going to my outside shed to get my dirty garden knee pad
I was looking for something to use on the tile floor of the shower. These are working perfect. I had major foot reconstruction. The tile flooring in the shower is too painful to stand on. So with these I can actually skate style to move around in the shower, and even put one on the granite seat for sitting, as that gets so cold. Until my foot is completely healed between these and the walker I have in the shower, I'm doing well in my recovery.
These were absolutely perfect for what I needed them for. They’re very comfortable, a great size, and I wish I had bought two sets now because they’ve gone up $4 since I bought them. I will probably still buy another set because the younger kids in my family want their own.
They are thin ( maybe 1/2 inch thick) and not long enough to kneel comfortably if you’re tall. They’re great for little helpers in the garden though. I gave all three to my nieces and bought a larger one for myself
these are just what you would expect, but a three pack is great. I can leave them all over it seams (as I tend to do anyhow) and there is always one close. They are not super thick, but definitely think enough and well worth the price. Even if they would only last this season they are a great buy. shipping was also very fast. Thanks!
Pretty decent kneeling pads for the price. Yes, they're a little on the thin side, but they still work just fine. And you could always stack two together if you really need a super thick pad. I use mine when I'm working in the garage, where the floor is hard and cold...they're probably even better for working in the garden.